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LNL Attorney Chris Pettit was recently featured on an episode of “Lawyers Who Care,” a podcast that spotlights lawyers who go above and beyond in their practice of law. Mr. Pettit sat down with host Andrew Salamin to discuss his 20-year career as a business and trial attorney. Mr. Pettit’s appearance on “Lawyers Who Care” is a testament to the respect he has earned not only from his clients but also his legal peers. Listen to the podcast at the following link: https://bit.ly/3kaBpHS

Chris helps small and mid-sized businesses succeed through sound corporate planning and strategic advocacy. Over the past 20 years, he has negotiated and closed asset purchase transactions, non-competition and confidentiality agreements, employment and other professional service contracts. There are times, however, when even the most carefully worded contracts cannot prevent litigation. He have represented business owners and professionals in court or in arbitration in a variety of industries, including architecture and engineering, health care, insurance, securities and financial planning. Whether it is in the boardroom or the courtroom, Chris has the experience and knowledge to help your business succeed.

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Congratulations to the Gallery Players

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Congratulations to the Gallery Players for winning eight awards at The 20th Theatre Roundtable Awards which were held on February 16, 2020. The ceremony was held in Columbus, Ohio to celebrate another year of outstanding Columbus theatre.   LNL is proud to...

LNL is Named One of Central Ohio’s Largest Law Firms

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Columbus Business First has published its annual list of Central Ohio's largest law firms, ranked by number of local attorneys. LNL is proud to have been ranked the 25th largest local law firm in Columbus, Ohio. Information for this list is supplied by law firms, and,...

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